Sunday, 20 August 2017

Satay King For A Treat

I've been hankering for some satay since last week but we finally indulged in them yesterday. 
 And we went to Satay King in Sungai Kantan, Kajang.

We first had a taste of it during Ramadan month when a friend brought some for our pot luck/LSD night run in UM and we absolutely love  it!

It's RM1 per stick which is reasonable considering the size of the satay and how juicy it is. Totally worth it.
No, don't click on the ma image. It's just a screenshot. Hihi

It's located at No 4, Gerai UPENS, Sg Kantan,Kajang. About 1km away from MRT Sg Jernih station and TESCO Kajang.

Saturday, 19 August 2017

SEA Games Marathon And Larian Sukan SEA 2017

First of all, a big congratulations to Muhaizar Mohamad for bagging a bronze medal at the marathon event in the 2017 SEA Games! Congrats too, to Leo Tan for his 4th place finish!
Excerpt from NST Online. Takde photo so screenshot only la...

The SEA Games marathon event was held on Saturday, Aug 19th 2017 and alongside the SEA Games Marathon, a run for public was also held, called Larian Sukan SEA 2017.

Admittedly, a number of us signed up for the chance to get the Larian Sukan SEA medal (got mention Sukan SEA mah. That in itself is rare) and for me, I signed up because I liked the route that they had published in the registration page. It look similar to the old Putrajaya Night Marathon route (well, part of it anyway) and we should be passing two of Putrajaya's iconic bridges.

Mana tau, when we received our Runners' Guide in the REPC notice in the e-mail, the route was changed quietly. There were no notice or announcement (that I saw) about the change and lucky la, I am the type that read runners' guide. Hahaha
We ended up running about 4K total on tarmac and the rest was on the cement pavement around the Core Island.

Admittedly, the route is very scenic and many runners stopped to take photos with backgrounds of Jambatan Seri Gemilang, Putra Mosque (Masjid Pink) and whatnot but that's not what I signed up for.
Hell, I used to do LSD using this route and alone because it's quite safe. Used la. Now, better run around my house and save petrol.

The pavement was narrow and although we still could run, it entailed plenty of zig-zagging. 

An advantage for the organizer for using this route was they could do away with traffic police and route marshalls. I only saw two traffic police during my run but they couldn't do much anyway with a huge number of runners and traffic still insisting to pass through and also runners not caring for their own safety when they were on the road section. (Traffic cones were expensive to rent for the whole 4K section of the road, I suppose). Only saw ONE ambulance & medic along the route as they were stationed nearby the Presint 18 Futsal court.

Plus point - the organizer did put HUGE distance markers at 1K interval. Water stations were placed at 3K interval with plenty of 100-Plus and water although it did seem that the volunteer struggled to pour drinks for runners. But never mind, can always be patient and get a cup anyway.

I ran with a fellow GC member for the first 3K as he said he'd pace me. I didn't set any target but he asked whether a 7:15 pace was OK and it was at the time. But I told him to go without me as we were approaching KM4 because I needed to do a toilet stop. 

Then it was running alone for me, and that meant starting to go slow. Hah hah.

Run, start with a bit of walking after KM12 (good job KM12 water stations peeps for cheering for us. Thank you!) and then by KM13, I saw two runners with GC t-shirt. They surged ahead but I caught up with them again at around KM14. I kept them in sight as a target (so I don't get lazy and start walking) and ran up to them when we reached Dorsett Putrajaya. Thought of saying hi, but I didn't know their name. Adeh. Huhuhu

Then one last incline (I walked up it. Penatlah), and then it was run to the Finish Line.
But not before give peace sign when people take photo. LOL

I saw hubby waiting for me at around 100m before the finish line to take my photos too.
The Finish Line was a bit of a mess because there was absolutely no control by any crew or volunteers. So runners were blocking the route as they were taking selfies and wefies and then you have approaching runners just finishing and all... 

It was the same during flag-off. I saw runners walking towards the Start Line from the opposite side as we were starting to run. And there were a number of 5K category runners already in the Starting Pen with the 15K runners when 15K category runners were flagged-off. No wonder the pen was so packed!

Then it was time to look for my finisher goodies and medal. Since there was absolutely no crew or volunteer to direct us anywhere, I just jalan saja. (Saw one volunteer giving directions to runners later. But one guy only la...)
At first I thought this was where we collect our stuff. Turned out this was booth for merchandises. Laaaa.... Like pasar malam dy...
This was the queue for medals.

Both 15K and 5K runners get same finisher goodies.
So, what else to do? Join queue lor.

It was supposed to be quite fast since it's just take one bag, tick bib and move but dunno why it got so slow. And dunno why need so many TO (technical officer) there.
All that hassle because I want this piece of metal. Hahaha

MASOC needs to buck up and relook at how they organize running events because it feels like it's been organized by budak sekolah. 

But anyway, it did brought a huge crowd to support SEA Games marathon event, right?

p.s. Seems like MASOC made another f**k up with the careless mistake on the Indonesian Flag printed in the Opening Games Ceremony booklet is it?

Friday, 18 August 2017



BANGKOK, THAILAND, 17 AUGUST 2017 – The completion of the FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship in 2016 left a vivid mark in the memory of SuperMoto fans across the world, with Malaysia’s Muhd Habibullah (Gabit) stealing the overall season champion title. This year, the season resumes in searching for the region’s best rider with its 2017 season opener happening on 2 and 3 September at the Thailand Circuit Motorsport Complex, Nakhon Chai Si, Thailand.

“2016 was an astounding year for the championship with tremendous growth in interest and fans across the world. The 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship will be more competitive with the return of top international riders and manufacturers competing for the ultimate title. I am confident that fans will be treated with more action packed SuperMoto races with the increasing competition between riders,” said Satheswaran Mayachandran, CEO of Asia Supersports Group.

Tony Nagamaiah, General Manager of Malaysia Major Events, expressed his excitement for the season’s return. “FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship had been a catalyst for the growth of Malaysia’s reputation as a hub for international motorsport scene. Asia Supersports Group has created a bridge to bond agencies and government bodies between every host countries through the championship. I am looking forward to the development of the 2017 season, and I am confident that the championship will lead to greater tourism growth for Malaysia.”

Thongchai Wongsawan, President of the Federation of Motorsports Clubs of Thailand (FMSCT), said that the race would attract thousands of SuperMoto fans across Thailand to witness the first race of the season. “Thailand Circuit Motorsport Complex has hosted various major local and international races. Over the years, this circuit has gained worldwide recognition by motorsport fans and enthusiasts to enjoy quality motorsport races. Also, hosting the 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship in Thailand will treat the expanding local SuperMoto community with one of the best races this region has the offer. We look forward to the race and wishes every rider all the best in the championship.”

The final battle between top international riders competing for the season’s title will take place on 16 and 17 December 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The rider with the highest standing point will be crowned as the 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship overall champion.

Official OTT Channel Partner,, provides HD Live Streaming and Video-on-Demand (VOD) sports and related lifestyle content. Every round of this year’s FIM Asia Supermoto Championship will be streamed live via which will also have VOD and highlight shows for races.

Powered by E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd (E-Plus), will kick-off its streaming programme with the 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship curtain raiser at Thailand. “We received demands to produce and stream exciting live events such as the Asia SuperMoto Championship by our fans across the world. is an innovative digital streaming platform and will be the forefront of digital content catered to every market,” said Andrew Ching, Chief Executive Officer of E-Plus.

He added that corporations in collaboration with the streamed events could leverage on the channel for exposure. “International events in our live stream pipelines include the world renowned duathlon championship, Powerman series for Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, as well as the annual Melaka Art and Performance Festival. Fans and corporations can look forward to a diversified content in”

19 top international SuperMoto riders from Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and the United Kingdom, will muster for the SuperMoto season, competing for the ultimate pride for their country. Thailand’s ace and 2015 season champion, Trakarn Thangthong, rejoin the race and vows to steal the fame from Malaysia’s crown holder, Gabit.

“I had to sit out last season due to unforeseen circumstances. This year, I will return to the track and put on a greater competition for all the riders on track. During my hiatus, I have continuously trained and polished my skills in preparation for this season. I have high confidence in securing the overall championship title,” said Trakarn.

With all eyes on 2016 champion Gabit, he stated that pressure and tension rose before the beginning of the championship especially with the return of Trakarn. “My training began immediately after the end of the last season. This includes physical, mental and skills training to ensure an optimal condition for the race. I am looking forward to raising the championship trophy for my country again.”
For more information, visit

FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship is promoted by Asia Supersports Group, a consortium of three companies namely Bikenation Motorsports Sdn Bhd, Trade My Superbike and E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd; sanctioned by FIM Asia and FMSCT; and supported by Malaysia Major Events, a division of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (an agency under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia), Kelab Blogger Ben Ashaari and TX Sports.
 Image 1: (L-R) Kraitos Wongsawan, Organiser of B2M, Unleash the Beast; Patsorn Bhavabutanonda Na Mahasarakarm, Managing Director of E-Plus Entertainment Productions (Thailand) Co. Ltd.; Satheswaran Mayachandran, CEO of Asia Supersports Group, Thongchai Wongsawan, President ofMotosports Clubs of Thailand (FMSCT); Trakarn Thangthong, Thailand SuperMoto Rider; Andrew Ching, CEO of E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd; and Berry Russell, Jury President of FMSCT.
Image 2: (L-R) Kraitos Wonsawan, Organiser of B2M, Unleash the Beast; Satheswaran Mayachandran, CEO of Asia Supersports Group; Thongchai Wongsawan, President ofMotosports Clubs of Thailand (FMSCT); Andrew Ching, CEO of E-Plus Global; and Patsorn Bhavabutanonda Na Mahasarakarm, Managing Director of E-Plus Entertainment Productions (Thailand) Co. Ltd.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Lunch Combo At Chili's


This was a few weeks back when my colleagues and I wen to Chili's for lunch.

I decided to order from their lunch combo since the price seems quite reasonable.

One main with a pick of either House Side Salad or Southwest Caesar Side Salad or Soup of the Day.
 I chose their Soup of the Day.

Look rather unappetizing but taste wise, OK lah. Hahaha
And my mains was the Southwestern Grilled Lamb.

It was supposed to come with balck pepper gravy but as you can see, tadak gravy. (or maybe it's dry gravy, I dunno).

Asked the staff for the gravy and she was quite surprised to be asked for it. Adui.

But I got the gravy later lah...

My lamb was nice and tender so no complaints about it, but my colleagues said hers was drier and harder.

The lunch combo for the Grilled Lamb was RM30.50 with a big dollop of mashed potatoes.

But for grilled lamb, I think I stick to Tony Roma's lah...

Or order a-la carte.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Salmon For The Weekend

Hadn't had much appetite last weekend so rice was off for me...

Luckily, I could enjoy a bit of pasta for dinner on Friday.
Food Junction pasta. Nothing to shout about but bolehlah... 

Then, after my run at IJM Land Half Marathon, I decided to treat Hubby for dinner (with Son too, of course) as he drove me 50km+ to Seremban 2 that morning. To and fro.
It was a cross between sate or Japanese food for me but considering Hubby wasn't feeling well, I thought Japanese food might be a better option.

So we went to Miyagi for dinner and this time, I had Salmon teppanyaki.

The tummy seems to prefer hot food better than cold and raw food lately so no sashimi or sushi for me this time! 

Monday, 14 August 2017

My First Run At IJM Land HM

Four months ago, while I was searching for a half marathon to run in, a friend highlighted to me about IJM Land Half Marathon which was held on Sunday, Aug 13th, 2017.

The event was in its 6th year but I think I've only really known about it last year, but didn't sign-up for it. At that time, truthfully for me, the buzz wasn't that much for me to want to drive to Seremban 2 (or rather ask Hubby to drive me 50km to the race venue) to run in it.

It still felt rather low key this year, in my opinion; as although the event was covered in a few newspapers and they held running clinics prior to the event, I couldn't find much social media shout-outs about it.

I tried to read up on previous year's blogs on the event but 99% of blog posts on it were from lifestyle bloggers but they unfortunately didn't write about running in it at all. Hur hur.

So not knowing what to expect, I hesitantly made my way to Seremban 2 on Sunday morning. Not only was I hesitant because I couldn't find much info, hubby wasn't feeling well and I haven't been training much prior to IJM Land Half Marathon. There was absolutely no mileage last week (as we spent our weekend taking photos at TMMT) and I only managed a 5K on Saturday morning. Talk about last minute cramming session! LOL

Anyway, I sure was glad to made it to IJM Land Half Marathon.

Exiting from the Seremban toll, we almost immediately could see signboards for IJM Half Marathon so getting to Dataran Centrio where the race village was located was very, very easy.

Signages for parking area and surau were big and easy to see too. *thumbs up*

It was drizzling when we arrived at around 5am (got there early as I had no idea what the flag-off time was as it only mentioned on the website that the event will be from 6.00am to 11.00am) but fortunately it stopped later.
Dataran Centrio was already abuzz with activities and with runners milling about, even at 5.00am. We decided to take a nap and I only went and check the area out at 5.40am.

At around 6.00am, the warm-up session was held and it was a good warm-up. The instructor was even heard telling us not to overdo it as we won't want to be tired to run afterwards! LOL

The stage area where instructors were standing was good and well-placed as runners from all angles could see them. 

The starting area for 21km category, boys & girls category and fun run category were separated which was excellent for me. I made my way to the start line 5 minutes before flag-off and there was quite a decent turnout for the category.

We were treated with fireworks display before flag-off and off we went, at around 6.20am.

I have to say, I like IJM Land Half Marathon route.

The roads were wide for runners.

It's peppered with long but (thankfully) gradual climbs so we got a pretty nice rolling route to make it stay interesting.

The volunteers  were cheerful. 

The air felt fresh and it sure was nice to be running outside the city.

I felt great!

I didn't realise a friend was running beside me at around KM2 as he tried to take selfies of us running together. But when I did, we chatted a bit and I realised then, that I was running way too fast for my current fitness level at 7.10 min pace. Adeh.

He later surged ahead by KM3 and I ran alone, just enjoying the scenery and stopping at ALL water stations. As usual, I only drank water and skipped the 100-plus.

It was at around KM4 (if I am not mistaken) that we saw the lead runners already making their u-turn at the other side of the road. Later we saw more runners as we approached Petronas station but still no u-turn in sight for us!

The route even brought us running to the IJM Land office and then, finally the u-turn and downhill section. Wooohooo!

I was pleasantly surprised that I still could run non-stop without walk breaks at KM8 because I had expected that  with my lack of mileage and training, I'd struggle after 5km but I was still feeling good albeit not running that fast lah.

I was careful not to over-exert myself and kept my effort to Zone 3 and it paid off.
Banana and water station at KM11 ish(?) I think. They served pisang mas and plain water here but by the time I got there, paper cups had already run out so we drank out of bottle. 

There was another water station just up ahead (less than 2km apart) and no shortages there and at other subsequent water stations. In fact, KM15 WS still had plenty of drinks for runners.

KM13 water station was the chirpiest and noisest water station of all and I appreciate their spirit. Thank you for the cheers!

By KM12, I could see 10K runners merging with half marathoners on the other side of the road  but I still got a long way to go to get there. And a few more climbs to tackle.

The climb from KM13 to KM15 was particularly long and while at first, I was relieved to see the downhill section from KM15 to KM16, it was short-lived.
Because as we approached KM16 (and the second checkpoint spot - the first one was located at IJM Land ofice), we arrived to the foot of a hill and had to proceed going up that blasted hill. 

Most of us were reduced to walking by now. Hahaha
Halfway up the hill.

Nice view of the housing area but after running for 2-hours, I was just cursing and holding on tight to the railing and move slowly upwards.
The RD sure has a weird sense of humor. Not only we had to climb that steep hill, we had to endure stairs too! Banyak jahat RD ni!

At this point, my heart rate spiked to 170!!! @.@
When I arrived to the peak, I finally appreciate the reason the RD made us go through this particular section.

It's to introduce the well-maintained Hill Park to us out-of-towners. 

Got dinosaur some more there, you know!

I was greeted here by a friend who was a crew, with a big, evil grin! She later told us via instagram that she did received a lot of "curses" from runners. HAHAHA

It was a 1km climb (plus park area), and from KM17 to 18 it was blissfully a downhill so we could run and make up to lost time spent earlier huffing and puffing up those stairs.

And at the last km, we were served yet another climb (just a short one, thankfully) before we made our final dash to the finish line.
It was indeed a very nice run and I was sure glad I decided to run in it despite my earlier indecision.

At the moment, this is my second favourite half marathon route, after Bukit Jalil Half Marathon.

The emcee was good.
The marshalling and traffic control were superb.
Crew and volunteers at the water stations were awesome.
Distance markers were big and placed at 1km apart.
There were those who cheered for us as we were running towards the finish line.
The route was nice and we were served with plenty of climbs (including stairs!)
Race village layout was great and spacious and runners were able to mingle around without feeling cramped.

All in all, a very good Sunday outing for me.
Thank you to IJM Land for this very nice run.

And oh, special mention to Seremban drivers. Very patient and understanding.

I've so far done three races that's related to IJM this year.
First one was the P.S.P. King of Forest at Pantai Sentral Park.
Second one was the Besraya Highway Duo Challenge.
And the third one at the IJM Land Half Marathon.
I'll be doing the NPE Highway Duo Challenge next and with the excellent experience from the three earlier races, I'm setting high hopes for NPE Duo Highway Challenge now!

Photos of some HM finishers can be found over at my FB page @CikArnab
Results of the run is available at

But one point if I might add. Instead of giving us timing behind winner which I think 90% of us couldn't give a crap about, why not give us timing splits at the checkpoint in the result?

Saturday, 12 August 2017

Chill Friday

We always spend Friday evenings at a bookstore before we head home and read for a bit (and occasionally, Mommy will accidentally buy a book or magazine or something)...

But it's really been awhile since we enjoyed Starbucks coffee or drinks.

Mommy has kinda stopped enjoying her coffee fix there as she stopped liking too sweet drinks and Starbucks has plenty of too sweet drinks! Hahaha
But we enjoyed two frappucinos on Friday, because it's FREE!

The two boys redeemeed them through uMobile Terer Thursday promotion and we shared it while reading at Borders, Gardens Mall. Chill...

Last week Terer Thursday was macaron from Komugi (heaven!).

Maybe I should jump and change from Maxis to uMobile lah... So much freebies there! LOL

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Race Alerts : November Races

These are the races under my radar for November.

I've got almost all my weekends from Aug - Oct filled already and now it's time to set my sight on the last two months of 2017 and also look for 2018 races. 
First up is Malaysia's premier night marathon, Putrajaya Night Marathon.

I plan to sign up soon and do the full marathon.

I hope the organiser won't be changing their route at the last minute as what had happened to Larian Sukan SEA 2017. I know its probably inevitable but when you signed up because you were interested to run a certain route only to see it changed to your old, normal training route... Sure get disappointed also kan?
The week after PNM will be the MKH Kajang International 12-hour Walk which I already signed up for, months ago. 

But there's also another short run on Nov 11th, which is in the morning (the walk will be held at night on Nov 11) and that's the MQA Run. 
It will be held at Bangunan Mercu MQA, Cyberjaya and has categories of 15km/10km and 5km fun run.

Looks fun! The registration fee is quite reasonable too. 

I'm blocking Nov 19th for a new marathon event (by marathon, I mean 42.195km ya) and that's the KUL Marathon.
I'm still waiting for further details but I heard registration will open in 10 days time.

There will be Penang Bridge International Marathon the week after KUL Marathon but I'll be skipping PBIM as the family will be traveling at the end of November so I don't really want to pack my weekends with races before our travel date.

Then it'll be the start of a new training season to prepare to Route 68 in April 2018 after our trip!

Wish me luck!

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Dinner At Marmalade

As usual, on Friday we would head to Bangsar Village so that Son could enjoy time at Borders bookstore before we head home after work.

I was hankering for pasta and decided we'd try Marmalade.
Hubby had the Ginger Soy Salmon Bowl. This one is quite nice.
I had Aglio Olio with duck.
And Son had the Classic Bolognese.

Service was OK but it took ages for my Mushroom Soup to arrive.
I think they just forgot to joy down our order for the soup.

I got it well after I had finished my pasta and only after inquiring about it.

But it was good so never mind lah... I was in a good mood also that day. Otherwise, cancel order dy. 

Price wise, OK.
Portion wise, also OK.
Ambience, very OK.
Service? Bagi can la. 

Sunday, 6 August 2017

A Short Trip To Merapoh For TMMT 2017

At the last minute (like at 10pm on Friday night), we decided to travel to Merapoh to attend The Magnificent Merapoh Trail which was held between Aug 4 - 5, 2017.

I had registered for the run but couldn't run in it and had actually had to cancel my leave that Friday, although I had applied it much earlier.


We stopped by Raub and "tumpang" my brother's house to sleep before continuing for another 80km from Raub to Merapoh. 

Ya, knock on people's door at midnight to tumpang tidur. Huhuhu
A really, really misty morning enroute to Merapoh. 

We arrived about 1.5 hours after my category flag-off and although Hubby told me I could probably start anyway and catch up with other runners (yeah, sometimes he has this crazy faith about my ability), I didn't. No bib mah! Didn't attend the mandatory briefing the night before also. How to participate? Sure organiser won't give lah! LOL
We arrived, see see whether we could help but with nothing to do, I decided to "be helpful" and help out take finishers photos and give out medals. And I was there in time to see the champion of 100K arrive shortly after our arrival. 

With Abang Puzi, who is a legend in Malaysia Ultra running; we ran back and forth, giving medals to top finishers (much nicer to "kalungkan" the medals for them than asking them to go and collect it themselves at the finisher item counter) and then ran to get them cold drinks and apples as the crews were busy elsewhere.

Hubby was like, why are you tiring yourself out? 

Actually, why are we wasting petrol and toll money also to go there when I wasn't running or volunteering at the race? Hahaha

Partly to support runners in any way that we could. 

One is by taking their photos. I took photos just for 10 hours though. We stopped at 5pm as we wanted to go buy some jeruk before the roadside jeruk stalls closes for the evening.

Thankfully, the price was still the same as when we went to Merapoh last year. Belum naik harga. Phew.

Bought some for us and some for my brother. ^^

Then, the family went to a nearby stream to mandi-manda a bit and enjoy the cold water. Syiok wor.
And we stayed for dinner because The Magnificent Merapoh Trail always has roast kambing for dinner!

Thank you organiser for letting us share runners' drinks and food. The tilapia percik for lunch was nice (despite having to navigate through the bones). Kambing bakar for dinner was awesomely sedap!

With nothing much to do in the evening and having no commitment at the race, we left Merapoh after dinner and although we initially thought of stopping by my parents' house for the night, we just made a short stop in Raub before driving back to KL.

Arrived home at midnight safely and soundly.

It was a good day, witnessing the runners hard work and triumphs at the trail race. It did made me realise how I miss "suffering" at these kind of races. wakaka

I hope runners enjoy the photos I took although it wasn't much and certainly wasn't all that good. 

Photo albums can be seen here:

Results of the race can be checked at this link.

Congrats to everybody. Perhaps I'll see you guys there again next year?

Friday, 4 August 2017


Bolt gifted spikes as he prepares for final race
Global sports brand PUMA hosted a press conference in London to celebrate Usain Bolt’s legendary status and long track & field career. Usain was reminded of key moments in his life that contributed to his legacy, and Usain’s parents surprised him by joining him onstage to present him with a special pair of Bolt Legacy Spikes, commemorating his journey as he prepares for his final race.

Wellesley and Jennifer Bolt gifted their son his first pair of spikes back when he began running on the track, so it was only fitting that they were there to hand him the final pair of his professional career as well. These are the Bolt Legacy Spikes made exclusively for London and they have design details from key moments in his journey. The right shoe is labeled “Forever” and has the alpha symbol to represent the beginning of his career. The shoe is in the purple and green from William Knibb High School where he started on the track. The left shoe is labeled “Fastest” and has the omega symbol to represent the finish of his career. The left shoe is gold to represent his successes and the sock liner highlights his major achievements since 2002. The tongue of the spikes have Usain’s signature and a
mark of his classic pose embossed, the Jamaican flag is also incorporated to show the love he has for his home country.
“Usain Bolt has been a transformative figure for track & field and brought a type of energy that the sport has never seen before,” said Bjoern Gulden, CEO of PUMA. “The way he has stayed true to his core messages, family, and fans the whole time has been what’s really resonated with people all around the globe. We are proud to have been working with Usain for so many years now and our partnership will continue long after his race this weekend.”

Usain Bolt will wear his Legacy Spikes on the track in London and limited pairs are available at select retailers.

For more coverage on Usain Bolt’s farewell from the track, please check and use #ForeverFastest

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Last Call For Bangi Wonderland Nature Run 2017

You guys have heard about Bangi Wonderland Theme Park & Resort right?

Bangi Wonderland Theme Park & Resort, a new and fun water theme park located in Bangi Avenue, Kajang.

Bangi Wonderland Theme Park & Resort is the region’s newest water theme park and resort located in Bangi, Selangor, one of Malaysia’s most popular destinations. Bangi Wonderland is the latest tourist attraction for both local and overseas tourists. It is a complete water park experience for everyone - families, kids, teens and thrill seekers alike.
In conjunction with its 1-year anniversary, an inaugural running event will be held on 17 September 2017 at 6am, with the Start N Finish being at Bangi Wonderland Theme Park. It will also the first nature run to be held inside the UKM nature forest reserve for 10km (20% flat road & 80% off road inside UKM forest reserve) / 3km Fun Run.
Off-road section.

Registration will be closing soon on Aug 7th, 2017 and at the moment, the 3K Treasure Fun Run category is already closed and only the 10K category left.

Details of the event
17th Sept 2017 Sunday
Flag off
7.00am (10K)
7.15am (3K)
Bangi Wonderland Theme Park & Resort, Bangi
10km (2km Road / 8km Off Road) / 3km Fun Run
Entry Fees
RM65 (10km) | RM35 (3km Fun Run)
Runners Entitlements :
- Dri-fit round neck T-shirt
- Personalised bib number
- x 1 50% discount on entry ticket to Bangi Wonderland Theme-Park. Expires on 16 Oct 2017.
- Special discount entry ticket can be purchased ONLY on 16-Sept during REPC at Bangi Wonderland.
- Finisher medal
- Goodie bag
- Light refreshments
It's certainly something new for us to try running around the UKM Nature Forest Reserve as I bet not many of us have done or were able to do it before.

And the starting and also finishing line of the run will be at Bangi Wonderland Theme Park & Resort so we can bring our family to enjoy the run (the run is open for all 7 years and above) and later maybe have some water fun at the theme park!

Syiok woh!
 The medal is kinda cute too.
And I'm really digging their event tee!

For more information and registration, head to:
Checkpoint Spot website
and Facebook page

I'm also doing a giveaway for 1 complimentary slot for the 10K in Bangi Wonderland Nature Run, so head to Cik Arnab & En Kura-Kura Facebook page for more details about it. Giveaway ends on Aug 4th and is open up to the time I announce the winner.

All the best!

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Tuesday Is Bento Day

I usually put aside Tuesday evening for gym session and Hubby & Son used the time to "jalan-jalan" around the mall while waiting for me.

I'd finish by 7.30pm and then we'd wait a bit before having a rather late dinner.

Because around 8.00pm, the bento section at Aeon's Food Station will start having discount!
30% discount for the bento. Not a bad deal. The bento also quite sedap. 

And I do like their nikujaga (beef & potato stew) a lot.

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

MRT On Sunday

It was after my run in Besraya Duo Highway Challenge which finished at Plaza Tol Loke Yew and later breakfast with a couple of hardcore running kakis and I decided to take the MRT from Taman Maluri station to Pusat Bandar Damansara.

My friend helped me navigate going first to the nearest LRT station as we were coming from Viva Home and then I stopped at Taman Maluri station to transfer to the MRT line.

Pretty easy and the MRT station sure looks nice.
 The train's schedule at the MRT station.
It was after my run and I had thought I'd freshen up before taking the MRT but then, I thought might as well get a proper shower when I reach my destination.

Silly me. Completely forgotten that the MRT would be filled with people especially families trying the line because of the 50% promo discount until August 31.

The train was full and I bet I was stinking up the train. LOL


Anyhoo, my destination was actually to 1 Mon't Kiara as I needed to collect my IJM Land Half Marathon race kit there but of course, mana ada MRT station and 1 Mon't Kiara.

So that's why I stopped at Pusat Damansara Station and then called a Grabcar.
A Grabcar free ride so never mind la... Hahaha
I got a free ride because a Grabcar driver had cancelled on me when I "called" up Grabcar to go to Quill City Mall last Thursday. Ha! If driver cancel my ride, I get a free ride? Good, right? Hihihi

OK la, the free ride was capped at RM8 so ngam-ngam the ride I took to the mall.

So untung me. ^^

Anyhoo, MBB also got promo code for a RM6 discount with MBBMERDEKA code. I'll use that in future.

I finally had my shower as I dropped by the Fitness First Gym at 1 Mon't Kiara. Stayed there for a few hours before later taking another Grabcar to Mid Valley.

Then, after pusing-pusing the packed mall, I head home by KTM Komuter. Alas, no promo by KTM Komuter, so I had to pay the full RM2.60 for the journey.


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